Mississippi isn't expected to drop below 10 feet until Saturday
Happy Oktoberfest! The 56th annual Oktoberfest celebration gets underway today. The theme for this year's fest is Family, Friends, Fun. And if past history is any guide, you'll find all...
The Onalaska city council chooses its newest member...
Former naval officer Harvey Bertrand was elected from a group of four candidates last night. Bertrand will serve until an election next April, filling the 3rd district seat recently vacated by Kim Smith. All four applicants for the council post spoke to aldermen at last night's meeting, and then the council voted separately on each candidate in random order. Bertrand was the last candidate put to a vote, and the only one to get a three-vote majority from the council.
The Secretary of State job in Wisconsin is becoming one with
The sky has not yet fallen for many advocacy groups around Wisconsin.
Celebrate Life, the 22nd annual event saluting area cancer survivors and their families will be held from 5 to 7 p.m tonight in the South Hall of the La Crosse Center. More than 1,800 people are expected to attend.
The free community-wide picnic in honor of National Cancer Survivorship Day, is open to anyone who has ever been diagnosed with cancer and their families. Doctors, nurses and other staff will join in the festivities.
A picnic dinner will be served continuously from 5 to 7 p.m. with live music entertainment throughout the evening. It's sponsored by Mayo and Gundersen.
A Holmen man could be in court today on a homicide charge, resulting from a hit-and-run crash last month...
Damien Mracek has been arrested, and is now in the La Crosse County jail, with bond set at 100-thousand dollars. Police say Mracek ran from the scene of a crash near Bangor on May 22nd, after his car hit another vehicle head-on. The other driver, 75-year-old Darel Skolos, never regained consciousness, and died more than a week after the accident. Besides the homicide charge, Mracek could be charged for violating probation in another case.
A change in the no wake zone on the Mississippi in front of Riverside Park in